One Sector of the Israeli Government Believes that if Israel Destroys Hamas, Gaza will Enter in "Chaos"

Jan 02 2009 @ 03:46am
Por: Spencer
Publicado en: English
The main thesis of the ones offering a "truce" and an Plan B with diplomacy in the UN is that military actions have to stop before missiles destroy every administrative infrastructure of the Hamas government leaving a "void of power" that will end up being costly to Israel which will have to assume the control of the region without having a structure for that purpose.

Some analysts and Israeli media agree that in the upcoming elections complicate the first stage of the operation set against Hamas and that the "military option" is stoping a diplomatic exit for the conflict as it is being proposed by the US and its more credible "partners" of sionist axis, like Egypt, Turkey and France.

In an editorial entitle "Time for Diplomacy", the newspaper Haaretz on Thursday says that the Prime Minister Ehud Olmer and the Foreing Affairs Minister, Tzipi Livni, as the main operators of a continuation and deepening of the attacks and bombings to end with the operative structures of Hamas and to topple its government.

For Haaretz, the destruction of the regime of Hamas requires a long and exhausting conflict and, like in Lebanon, it could end with casualties and failures by the Isreali army.

Moreover, the newspaper says, without Hamas, Israel will have to take reponsibility for the "welfare and security of more than one million Palestines" under a civil administration that leave behind those days of the military operations.

"¿Do they think Mahmoud Abbas will feel secure to go back to Gaza on the turret of an Israeli tank?", asked Haaretz.

An important portion of media and jewish and american analysts agree that with the wear and lack of credibility of Abbas in the West Bank itself, turns him "disposable" to assume the power in Gaza, with which Israel, if totally destroys Hamas, will be forced to avoid a massive chaos and exodus from the Gaza Strip, a mission for which the Jewish State is not ready.

The newspaper reflects a generalized opionion among opponents of the continuity of operations to end with Hamas, according to which, a demise of the Islamic government will leave an uncontrollable cahos in Gaza where organizations will face each other for power in the region.

Clearly, the advocates of the "humanitarian truce" - among them Haaretz- do not believe in an solution without Hamas, and they argue that the current operation already left in an extreme situation of weakness to its government and that they have to move towards a negotiation to extract concessions as for example, the most important, the cease of all rocket launchments to border cities in Israel.

The project contained in the "truce" proposed by the moderates is about clearly a Plan B, alternative and intermediate to Plan A (the total destruction of Hamas infrastructure and military demise) proposed by the "rudes" today led by Olmert and Livni.

The experience of a military operations shoud have shown to the policy makers that a military victory is not an alternative to a diplomatic solution with a conflict, noted the Haaretz in its editorial.

The question facing the policy makers, according to Haaretz, is that if a dozen of strikes to more members of Hamas and the destruction of another public building, is worth the loss of international support including the agreement or silence of important Arab neighbors.

For Haaretz, the cabinet should provide international guarantees to countries like the US, Egypt, Turkey and France, who seek to broker a ceasefire, giving a diplomatic solution to the conflict.

If diplomacy failes, says Haaretz, Israel can always return to the military offensive even with more legitimacy, both in the region and the world.

The Haaretz editorial reflects the line of thought of a sector of the Cabinet, including Defense Minister Barak, who presented on Tuesday, along with France a plan for "truce" which was rejected by Olmert's government in a divided vote.

Some U.S. analysts say that the extension of operations (which have already entered the sixth day on Thursday with 400 dead and over 2000 injured), will further deepen the diaspora and the divisions in Olmert's cabinet, which can stir contradictions and vacillation in the military front.

The position is Haartez editorial reflecting the thinking of a sector of Israeli power (driver of Plan B with partial destruction of Hamas), but remains to be known how it is defined in the coming hours the internal war for control of military operations currently driven by Plan A whose advocates seek the destruction of Hamas and its infrastructure.

Además, en las próximas horas se verá como mueve sus piezas en el tablero Hamás, el otro actor central del conflicto.

Moreover, in the coming hours will be seen how Hamas move its pieces on the board, the other actor in the conflict.

And there will know if their leaders take advantage or not of the contradictions and weaknesses already being faced by the Jewish State.

Meanwhile, the military slaughter continues.

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